Retired U.S. Marine Corps General and former Secretary of Defense James Mattis visits Headquarters and Service Battalion, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command.
Retired General and former Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, visits Headquarters and Service Battalion, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command
Old Building, New Mission
Old Building, New Mission
Old Building, New Mission
Old Building, New Mission
Old Building, New Mission
SECNAV (Acting) Pays A Visit
SECNAV (Acting) Pays A Visit
SECNAV (Acting) Pays A Visit
SECNAV (Acting) Pays A Visit
SECNAV (Acting) Pays A Visit
U.S. Marines walk on treadmills while carrying weights during a High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) course in the Hopkins Gymnasium on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Virginia, January 27, 2021. HITT is a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that focuses on maintaining and improving physical resiliency and combat readiness. The Marines that progressed through the course will be a knowledgeable resource for physical training (PT) and will be able to conduct PT properly within their respective units. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jack Chen/released)
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Adam A. Chandler, an Academics Instructor at the Naval School of Music, performs a proper stretch during the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) course in the Hopkins Gymnasium on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Virginia, January 26, 2021. HITT is a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that focuses on maintaining and improving physical resiliency and combat readiness. The Marines that progressed through the course will be a knowledgeable resource for physical training (PT) and will be able to conduct PT properly within their respective units. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jack Chen/released)
Mr. Allen Sese, the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) Coordinator for U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Headquarters and Service Battalion, explains to the students the plane of motion for a workout during a HITT course in the Hopkins Gymnasium on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Virginia, January 26, 2021. HITT is a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that focuses on maintaining and improving physical resiliency and combat readiness. The Marines that progressed through the course will be a knowledgeable resource for physical training (PT) and will be able to conduct PT properly within their respective units. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jack Chen/released)
Mr. Allen Sese, the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) Coordinator for U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Headquarters and Service Battalion, demonstrates a workout during a HITT course in the Hopkins Gymnasium on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Virginia, January 27, 2021. HITT is a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that focuses on maintaining and improving physical resiliency and combat readiness. The Marines that progressed through the course will be a knowledgeable resource for physical training (PT) and will be able to conduct PT properly within their respective units. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jack Chen/released)
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Caleb King, a Postal Chief with the Wounded Warrior Battalion East Detachment, demonstrates alternative ways to make lifting weights more challenging during the High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) course in the Hopkins Gymnasium on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Virginia, January 27, 2021. HITT is a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that focuses on maintaining and improving physical resiliency and combat readiness. The Marines that progressed through the course will be a knowledgeable resource for physical training (PT) and will be able to conduct PT properly within their respective units. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jack Chen/released)
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Ezequiel Velazquez, an Intelligence Analyst with U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, executes a bench press with the proper posture during a High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) course in the Hopkins Gymnasium on Camp Elmore, Norfolk, Virginia, January 27, 2021. HITT is a comprehensive strength and conditioning program that focuses on maintaining and improving physical resiliency and combat readiness. The Marines that progressed through the course will be a knowledgeable resource for physical training (PT) and will be able to conduct PT properly within their respective units. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jack Chen/released)
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Donshay J. Gant, an Administrative Specialist assigned to Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, receives the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine at Sewell’s Point, Norfolk, Virginia, Jan. 15, 2021. Receiving the COVID-19 vaccine helps protect you, your family and your unit from infection, and ensures Marines and Sailors stay ready to accomplish the mission. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo Illustration by Jonathan Donnelly/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Shawn M. McChesney, a Maintenance Management Specialist assigned to Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, receives the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine at Sewell’s Point, Norfolk, Virginia, Jan. 15, 2021. Receiving the COVID-19 vaccine helps protect you, your family and your unit from infection, and ensures Marines and Sailors stay ready to accomplish the mission. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo Illustration by Jonathan Donnelly/Released)
FLEET MARINE FORCES, ATLANTIC, MARINE FORCES COMMAND, MARINE FORCES NORTHERN COMMAND